The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 54, Ed. 1, Friday, August 9, 1895 Page: 1 of 4
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OFFICIAL OIMIAN MK OKLAHOMA DEMOCRACY.
opr-ici: op piniT.KUTtoN iiahiuso.v aVbnik.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA FRIDAY MORNING AUGUST 9 1895.
M'CARTHY TO IRISHMEN.
HE CALLS FOR HARMONY.
Hie Orecn I.lttle Idlmiil milt for the Nix-
tliinal Spirit In sp"" ' All IHnrnur-
ucriiirutfi mill Interim! Klmii'ii-
limn Some 1'ImIii Woriln
I'rniii tlm SiinMniir of
the Lull' I'limi-ll.
London Aug. S. Justin McCarthy
51 1 has addressed Hit- following
manife to tu tlu Irish people here anil
1 ollow lountrymen The eleetioti of
a greut eoorclonist ami anti-home rule
majority to the house of commons
makes it in. duly to point out to you
that dissension in our ranks is ruinous
to tin? mitional cause: that the only
means by which wo can hope to repair
the disasters which discord ami Insub-
oriliuatiou have brought upon us are
tl'iough the restoration of discipline
anil a genuine observation of the Irish
Nationalist party's pleilges to act loy-
Itli a uniteil party in u united
country even tin' present situation
YkOiihl afford no ground for despond-
ene in the Irish party- No muii can
doubt tliat but for uufiappv events in
the autumn of IMin the vcriitcl in ls'.'2
in fat or of homo rule would have
been aboolutely decisive. Krletlou
alone prevented this totiilt. I'uhap-
plly this friction lins s'.nco grown and
outbreaks in discipline in our ranks
have given the- enemies of Ireland an-
other lease of power in (treat llritain.
In spite of all discouragements and
ditliciiltifs the national spirit has once
again asserted itself. Ireland voted
with unconquerable resolve but it can-
not be doubted that Ireland would
have done far butter still and Oreat
llrituln would not have done so 111 had
it nut been for the action of so-called
Irish Nationalists who liuvo been
endeavoring openly to bring back
the. coevclonistM to power ami still
more in lamentable blows aimed
at the Irish party and the Iiish
national eauso by one of our
own colleagues at the most critical
moment in the election. It would be
almost impossible to overestimate the
disastrous eirects of Mr. Ilcaly's un-
founded charges against his own col-
leagues made ns they weie on the
mitltiirily of leading members of the
pun and at a period of tiio election
when there was no possibility of conn-
tiraotlng their eli'eets on the. polls.
It Is with deep regret that I feel
compelled to characterize Mr. Ilealy's
action at thoOmugho convention asdls-
loyal to his party and. even setting
nslde our own special obligation to
each other as a breacli of ordinary
code of honor and discipline essential
to the e.vUtonco of every political or-
ganisation. The Omugho scandal un-
happily is only the latest of a series
of attacks on the unity und etlloleney
of the Irish party. Let us endeavor
that it shall be the last.
White Miner of Hprlng Vnllcy ! t'on-
Sriuxo Vai.i.ky HI. Aug. 8. State
troops for tho present at least w ill
not be ordered to this turbulent town
1'oaco has been declared. This was
brought about through tho efforts of
Colonel Hugh II. llaylo assistant ad-
jutant general sent here by (iovernor
At a mass meeting of miners the fol-
low ing resolutions were adopted:
Whereas n race conflict lias taken
place in tliis city within the last few-
days resulting In no loss of life lint
In serious hardship and incouveiiicnco
to a considerable section of this community.
Ilosolvcd J iiai we me miners 01
Spring Valley in mass meeting as-
sembled declare it to bo our belief
that all men regardless of nice color
or creed are born witli t lie same equal
right and should enjoy the same op-
poi utilities in the pursuit of life and
Kcsolvcd That we are ready now to
resume work providing the Spring
Valley Coal company is ready to stmt
Mauuger Dalzcll w-itl take back all
tiiu miners who had quit work save
those who committed crimes
IQVVA NOT FOR SILVER
WHITE METAL RESOLUTION VOTED
DOWN AFTER A HOT FIGHT.
NOTED POPULISTS SPEAK.
I'l nniiil il riilnl uf I In- ljit Drmorrntle
Nulintiil Cttm rnthm liilnrril .liiilir
Itiiltlt Ximiliiulcil for Umcriior
""Tlii. oilier .Nimilni'iH fur
sllite Ortli'i-iV lailn
.Maii.ii'ai i.tiihv. Intvn. Aug. 3. One
of the most nnltihle conventions in this
state closed hero yesterday afternoon.
Since Monday there has been bitter
strife between the two opposing ele-
ments of the parly one contending
for a ticket ou'lheplutfoi m of a ' sound
menev" basis the other asUiuir for
iiiics. i . - . ... . . :
Notwithstanding the miners' resolu- rt' coinage wtiiioui waning lor an
tion it is ienerally believed that if International agreement. lly a lor-
tlie neirroes return to wotk there will i-tuitous incident the silver men had a
Wnltd mill I'flftrr Aililrmii the Trim Cmiip
I'rnn WoiiTH Te:cas
third and Inst day of
camp meeting was the
and most enthusiastic.
gnn at an early hour
Aug. 8. The
am! kept up
Mm. Stt"Mrt of Ori-i-ne Count Mo.
Ilolit llrr Hu.IihihI'h Olllre.
Si'iilMir'lKl.o Mo.. Aug. 8. The
county court of (Ireeuo county will to'
line ehanee to exploit their views
in convention hall during the af-
ternoon from the fact that tho
resolutions committee got into a
wrangle on the financial plan Ic. which
kept them in the committee room till
4 o'clock tho eurrenuv resolution bo-
j ing overhauled and reconstructed two
or mroe Limes itcuiri- uu iiLrri-eiiieiii.
throughout the day. The principal
speaker was ex-tlovernor Waite of
Colorado lie spoke of the recent
hard times ami claimed that the
greatest of prospetlty would return
should n'l the country be ruled ac-
cording to the lines laid down in the
Omaha platform. He also spoke of
the existing conditions and claimed
that Colorado will certainly get into
the I'opulist column again at the next
Senator 1'ciTcr of Kansas was tho
principal speaker at the evening ses-
sion. He arraigned tho present ad-
ministration for Its financial policy
and accused Carlisle of law breakiug
in issuing bonds; spoke at length In
favor of the Omaha platform; proph-
esied success for the party in the fu-
ture ami wound up by explaining
away tho charge made against him
that lie was in favor of a new party.
This he denied emphatically and said
tlic Kansas country press was to blame
for the report.
The Populists sent resolutions of
condolence to Debs in his prison cell
and roasted to a turn the people who
had put him there.
SPRING WHEAT AND CORN
j1i ti tin. iim I f iw SltWfi t 1 1 1 t tilniv
of the late Sheriff Dan P. Stewart to I was reached and the majority making
lll'inilL'lIb UIIIllE) IU 41 I'll 1117 units-
succeed her husband as sheriff. Two
of Hid judges lust night gave their
word that they would vote for Mrs.
Stewart. She will hold ollico until a
successor can be elected. This is a de-
cidedly unique movement as there is
no leeoid of a woman ever having
been hherilV before.
JEFFERSON CITY WINS.
IikIbi Slim klrforil Otf-rriilen MlmiiHirl
Capllal Htmiimil Demurrer.
li prr.iiMi.v Cm. Mo. Aug.8. .hid go
D M. Shackleford yesterday overruled
the delimiter of the Sedalia people in fnt.i v a vote
the matter ol submitting the capital
remowil to vole of the people. This
duclion of tho minority report. Dur-
ing this ititerval the convention did
nothing hut listen to free silver
speeches by the white metal cham-
pions. The sound money" men pre-
sei veil silence except thai Cato Sells
made a short talk of a conciliatory
The controversy grew warm and bit-
ter and when tho minority report fa-
voring free coinage was introduced
another lirolontred silver discussion
I was preoijdtatui and for a while tho
I proceedings were tumultuous. Tho
1 liual roll call on the resolutions
showed the white metnl crowd do-
of GUI' to I'.'O'. A
TWELVE PEOPLE KILLED;
SERIOUS RAILROAD ACCIDENT AT
GRANT STATION N M.
-It f -
Two Sire prra-itnil Two llm (;il(lunin
Urn AtUntlc nnil l'nt-Wlrrlloiinil Dint
Kroiu Sim From Urn On Into u
Dltih Mltuii Octiu-H :il II
O'clock In the IIiimiIIik
shout mingled with
the announcement of the result. A
menus dial in the opinion of the court huge number of free silver delcgatei
An Irlxli l'orce t'uiitt-iilliiii Culled.
Nkw oiik Aug. H The convention
to consider the now uiovemont for lib-
erating Ireland by foico of arms will
be held in Chicago September iM .'."
and Jo. Tho movement has already
been indorsed by many Irish socie-
ties Tor Whlli''iiipliiK Mr. Ituokn.
Toi't.KA Ivan. Aug. 8. At West-
morland Pottawatomie county yes-
terday .1. II. Mills and ills son IM
were held by a justice of the peace
tinder bonds of SI 000 each to answer
for their appeal auce in the district
court lu September to answer to the
charge of kiduappteg and tarring and
feathering the itev. T. S. Hooks
A l'olnt for the A. 1. A.
Om.wia Nell Aug. 8. Judge Hope-
well decld d this morning not to try
the city council for contempt of court
in disregarding his order restraining
it from upproving the bonds of tho
new police board. He concedes a
doubt whether tho restraining order
was in effect ami eoniplote. This Is
tuUtn a: a point in favor of the new
A lllilli onlrlnl IMmiiUm-iI.
Pi hiv Aug. 8 II. Sui Yi.ohicf min
ister of the Chiuusj foreign oilicu has
been dismissed owing eliielly to the
part which ho took in the uegotiuMons
for tho Uuskmii loan and in tho con-
vention recently armed at between
China und Prance by which the latter
country was granted great concessions
ll I'liiKlrr I'nJcr lioinln.
WAHiuviroN. Aig. &. .Miss' Kli7a-
heth I'lagler dttiightr of tho chief of
ordnance. I' ti A. who shot and
killed Lriiest (Ireeii a few days ago
isurieiulcieil lieiself in tho district
orimliml court to-duy and was le-
leased uu Slo.oou bull to uwuit tho
action of the grand jury.
Ilcnvj- NhortuKO Itt'orlisl.
Dt nh:. Col. Aug. 8. (Jiistavo
Kruube. an epert aeeountunt- whohas
been eaiulning the Woks of tho city
of Highland a suburb hat repoUed a
deficiency of S7.1.o()U.
Iiiteiilur Mit'oriulck Critically III.
Cult ago Aug. 8 I.eaudur J. Mc-
cormick the well known luventor.
manufacturer mid phllunthronU: is
lying critically ill at Lake Forest.
A Collrite Kuuinlrr Dead.
Kikeka UL Aug. a John Darst
president of the board of trustee of
Eureka college died yesterday He
was one of the fouuden of the college
and Its chic financial supporter.
A reward of S2C0 has beeu offered
lor llud Way. town marshal of Sparta
Mo. wfco killed evShrl Craio.
tne resolution is Invalid.
The ease will lie appealed to lite su-
preme court but the ruling of Judge
Mi.il. lefunl is leguided as a most lin-
poiluul victory for JuiVerson City
J'il7lr Arc Not.I.olterli'1.
siu.N(nov Aug. 8 The thieagfi
Timrs-lleriild lias been awarding bi-
cycles to hoys and girls who should cut
und paste together ptoperly nint iiiiiuti
eorrcttly di-arrniigcd frugmenls of.
portraits of ieiqile notable lit
politics the drama or war. To
tills ( hicitgo's post mantel objected
on the ground that it was a
lottery. Mr. Kohl-nat owner of tho
q'liues-lleralcl called at the department
and asked for a ruling. Judge Thomas
decided that if the awards went by
merit and not by ehanee the idea was
not a lottery but on a par with tho
awuid of prizes in a school or college.
Hull I'lichtliii; llurrcil.
Xi.w Voiik Aug. 8 William Hosea
Ilalluu vice president of the American
humane association said to-day that
lie hud received assurances from Ilii.r
aid's Hay that President Cleveland
would Use ids Intlucuco to prevent bull
lighting at tho Atlanta exposition.
The president accordlni' to Mr. Hal-
loit hasicve.-bcd tho decision of Assist-
ant Secretary Hamlin and has in-
structed the treasury department to
prohibit the importation of matadors
bulb. luuces swords ami other bull
A Oiiteimrliiii's Ulrlhihiy
Lkxinutox Mo. Aug. S. Yesterday
Mrs. Naney'Cooper celebrated her cen-
tennial she having been born August
7 li'.'.. Sho has a retentive memory
and can recall many interesting events
of tho early days. December 28 18io
she was married to William Cooper
and in IH'.'T they came to Missouri and
settled at first In Saline county hhe
was never on a ruilroad train until she
was 8.' year old.
Slruinlili I milium Aim out I'IiiIhIiimI.
Pimi.adki.imiia Pa. Aug. 8. Charles
II. Cramp has requested tho nary de-
partment to have the trial trip of tho
battle ship Indiana take place on Oc-
tober 1. In making this reuuest Mr.
Cramp states that the vessel is rapidly
approaching completion und will be
ready for a trial on that day. All tho
vessel's armor Is practically in place
and a few weeks will see her in lead-
luess for the ollieial run.
I'murr'n Uooil Juilciiirul.
Wahiiinotox Aug. tj. News has just
reached tho navy department that the
French government has shown iU ap-
preciation of the lino capacities of tho
licet cruiser Columbia by ordering the
Immediate construction of two vessels
us nearly n duplicate of the famous
American llyer us they can bo uuide in
the aljcnce ol plans.
Ilililgc Arc Djiiumltril.
Nhur Yoitu. Aug. 8. Uollable ad-
view riiculvod here from Cuba are u
tho client Unit the Cubans have blown
up with dynamite the railroad bridges
near Suncti Spirit Ui. it is also ro-
xirlmi Umt Coudu I.ersuudl or Cur-
siiudi ls lolued tlio Insurgents.
immodiatelv left tho hall not waiting
' tmtf I till IWllllttiri! IflllH
The state ticket was then nominutod
l''or govurnor .1 nil go . I Ilabb
Mount T'luasanl: lieutenant governor
ex Oovernor S. U Itetow of Charlton;
suiHrintendent of pnbl-o instruction
i.ymnii li. I'm-siiali. .MaquoKeiu: rail-
road eominUsioner. Colonel (Jeorgo
James of Dubuque; supreme judge '
i:rllrnl rroairrtii for lMfge Crop
ltcHrtn l'ruui Olffervnt Htntm.
Cntoao Aug. 8. The following
will appear in this week's Farmers
I'evlow: "The states that grow large
quantities of spring wheat have excel-
lent prospects for a large crop of (hut
cereal. Iowa counties mostly liave
excellent conditions and souio locali-
ties will have larger yields thai in
any previous year. Wisconsin's crop
of tho Bprlng sown grain will bo fair
In Minnesota prospects arc still for an
immense crop. In the Dakotas the
outlook is for a large crop.
"The corn crop will bo immense. In
Illinois. Indiana O.tlo and Michigan
the geneial prospects are for immense
yields. Missouri conditions are very
favorable. Kansas will have it big
erop. in Xcbrtsku there lias been some
Injury by dry weather. Iowa reports
prospects still very good for a very
large yield. Wisconsin will have a
full crop. In Minnesota und tho Da-
kotas general prospectseontinue favorj
At.moiMtliyll' X. M..Alijr. 8. A seri-
ous accident occurred on tlm Atlautin
and Paoillc railroad at linmt station
about 100 miles west of this place at (t
o'clock last evening. Tho nearest Usl-
egraph station is twenty milos from
the point at which tho wreck occurred.
All that is positively known is that
two sleepers and two duy coaches of
the train which loft San Km nelson
Monday evening went into the ditch
at tho point named and the railroad
company sent to Albuquerque for till
the physicians who could go.
The rolief tiain left here about '
o'clock but owing to the condition of
the road on account Of frequent wash-
outs cannot get through in less than
four hours. It is toported that twelve
persons wore killed nnd twenty-flvo
A Heroine Killed
l.orisvit.i.i: ivy. Aug. 8. MissUar-
rio Hart was thrown from a wagon-
otto by a runaway team at lleiideron
yesterday ami killed ufior she had
heroically saved tho life of a child by
lowering it (o tho ground. In jump-
ing from the wagonette Mlts Hart's
dress caught und she was thrown to
tho ground with terrific force falling
on her head and crushing her skull at
tho base of tlic brain. Dentil was In-itautaiieoiif.
are necessary to keep tho foot cool and easy in summer. The lady in evident-
ly well pleased with lier's which aro all that a perfect summer shoo could lie.
They can easily bo iluplfcuttd in our stock which consists entirely of "can 1 1 u
beaten" goods I.ow shoes low prices but h!g1i qualities dosuribo our goods
lu a few words. Those who have worn oar shoes praise them most Alrougly
ami the tPsUmony ot iwnerlenco Is conclusive. Join the croud of witnesses to
the superiority of our shoes In value stylo lit and wear.
Eisenschmiut & Hetsch
Exclusive Shoe Dealers
H8 West Oklahoma Ave.
pairing Neatly Done
(j......t... mi. i . un..n. iv. M.t.w. i n't"
nt'llliMM j iioiiiiinn iiuoL'iwrn 'nuiu"i . . I.. (.. 1 I
tu I.... .w..i . It.. ntt. ...Ill i-'"i' iiunmuiiHiiHMiui. n-.i
11 MlturiPiirwu tutu inniiiii tuf ' t
lint accept the lieutenant governorship
mimliintiou. He is a strong free coin
age man and was uhoscn in hope of
conciliating tho kltver people but says.
In eannot consistently run on the plat-
form. Ti.e llimneial plank of the resolu-
thins rettlllrins the sovonth plank of
the last national Democratic conven-
tion holding to 'I'e use of both gold
and silver us tho standard money of
the country nnil the coinage of both
without discrimination and that tlic
parity of tin- two metals bo main-
tained. Mn I'rolmlily I'.leiliil.
1'OHI (illlFO.N I. T.. Aug. S. fort
(iihsoii gives Mityh u majority of SI for
chief. More whisky and money was
used hero than was over known in any
previous election. Prom meager re
jmrU received hero it Is believed that
Mays is oleeted. Fights wore numer-
ous three being tu piogrusa here ut
one time but no one is injured. Much
intimidation and fraud is ehiiiue.l.
t.lo-Hta of MIxnUhIIJiI
JAfURo.s Mis. Aug. 8. 1. II. Mc-
haiiriu was unanimously iiomluatrd
for governor; J. II Jones for lieuten-
ant governor; J. I Power for secre-
tary of statet Col. W. D. Holder for
auditor and .. V. May of .Simpson for
treasurer by the .MiwUaippl Democratic
ItullriMil Detixtlie .V.a.i.nliiali'il.
TKi.i.ruinK Col.. Aug. s James
Clark agid 51 employed in the de-
tective service of tho Denver and Ulo
(irande railroad ex-town marshal ox-
dopiity sherllV was murdoretl while
walking down the street in company
with "Mexican Sam" eslerdiiy. Tho
aHiassIn tins hiddtm In an aperture
between two buildings and when
Clarke waa fifty feet distant lie jumped
to tho sidewalk Willi u Winchostci and
fired. The assassin oacaped.
hluin-niliMiM liicnti-ii of Ncgroe.
Xasiivii.I.k. Tenn. Aug. 8 Tho
school census of this city shows the
population to bo 82371 of which 37.U.M
aro nogrooi an Increaso in one year of
Rt(Vi. Till apparent luurease is cans-
jng much yojiiinout and the general
opinion is that great errors have been
made ! the euiimurulloii and the pur-
ported inarwaui (if negroes i not cor
Cii vm.FSToN Mo. Aug a Almut
September '. I87. Jittlnta llumguss
was miiisloriil near William ICoiidrlek's
farm near liinl s Point. Ilert I'nink-
lin :i negro i it h mi unsavory iiiputa-
lion died at Itird's Pmut yestculay
but before he died Hindi- a fall confes-
sion to the muidcr of ItungHM
AVar on lllcyile IthliirA.
H'lroiiiA Kan. Aug. 8. Kmporia is
again stirred up oer the liicyole. Only
two weeks ago some forty of theciti-
ens weie arrested for violating an oh-
novioiis ordinance so constructed us to
be almost prohibitory. The ease was
tested in court and the ordinance tle-
the elty council passed another ord
nance almost if not quite as obnox-
ious. Another big batch of arrests;
will be niiide If it is rigidly enforced
Tho bicyclists liave organized and aro
I lieu-riiiiiit-ti to iijjni toe mutter ami
I will cat ty it to tho supiemo court If
Ileiuucrallr llelveulrt Itobbrtl
Smuu Mo.. Aug. 8. Four of tho
St Louis delegatus to the Perth)
bH nit's eonveutioii were robbwl liy
ii.lMicl(ets on their way home. The
Ihicii'M scoured two valuable watches
ami two pockethooks with their con-
tents St l.ouia crooks are given tho
credit lor the job.
liutrruor lluilil hcrloukly III
Stokto Cal.. Aug. 8.0ovemor
Iliidd. who is confined to his home in
this city is reported by his family
physician to be In a precutlous condition.
llvlraai'il l'roni tint I'riiltrnlUry.
Kansas Cit Mo. Aug. 6. Two
young I'nglishmen onu tlio younger
son of nn I.ngmli baronet were in
Kansas City yesterday en route from
tin; Kansas state penitentiary to their
former home on Carlliolm road in
London Kugland. They had been re-
leased on Tuesday by a pardon from
(iovernor Morrill upon the. recom-
mendation of the board of pardons of
Hie state of Kunsas. They were con-
lined ill tile penitentiary under the as-
sumed names of (loorgo I'remliii and
Lrncst O Martin ami wero serving u
term for burglory.
OpMM-l to the l.fvy
Ottawa Kan. Aug. 8 Couuty At-
torney Welsli differs with Attorney
General Dawes upon tho question of
the state university tax and anting
upon his advice the couuty commis-
sioners of Franklin county have de-
clined to make the special levy for tlm
purpose. Mr. Welsh claims that to
make this levy would be unauthorized
by law and contrurv to the constitu-
tion of the state. Xo body except the
legislature can make such a levy ac-
cording to law.
ltallrouil J'roprrly Attaihrit.
Wichita Kan Aug. 8. Attach-
ments have been run ou tho round-
house depot engines and other prop-
erty of the Wichita and Western rail-
way at Culll&on and Pratt. 100 miles
west of here by tlio vhnrDf of Pratt
couuty. It Is to compel the road to
puy 81000 taxes on its property there
which umount is equul toouo-third tho
valuation of all the ruilroud property
lu tho town of Saratoga. The lull road
company refuser to pay the taxes be-
cause they aro excessive
Ithpaiuliig Htrlkrn Kmlenitr."
Iriii';uino Mich. Aug. 8. The
strike situation has simmered down to
a dead calm. There was the customary
parade from Kegaunee and Isli-
pcmlog to Union park. At tho pari:
the greatest caro Is still tuken that
none but members of the union gain
access to the grounds It looks as
though the strike would expire through
men going elsewhere if the present
.Iutl ' blroni; rry III
Wasuisoiov Aug 8 - Word reaction
tliis elty of the precarious illness of
Justice tit rung of the supreme court
(retired) at ha ho Minowske X. V
where his family is staying. The just-
lee's Illness is duo In tlio results of a
fall down a lliglit of stairs when ho!
received some internal injuries.
Old Hohllen III Krunlon.
Cahiioi.i.to.v Mo Aug 8. A re-
union of the veterans of the late war
Is being held in this city. Several
thousand tiave already arrived. .;.
Will Ham a New Jail
Mounii Cm Kau. Avg. 8 A prop
osition to appropriate 88o00 far tho
predion of a new county jail at Mound
City wag curried In I.inn county by a
BASE BALL SCORES.
At Kmisn Cltj l'lrnt Kiune- Mliineupoll P
KitiiHiii City i hciiihI kiiiiiO- MlnnOfiiKilh 12
Kim im City 7.
At (Irntnl llnilcl IinllniKipol a hi (Inuiil
At bt. I'Mid-Ht. I'milW Milwaukee 8.
t Dotroll -l'lrjl iraino IMmlt I Tprio
llauln 0; n-voml ifiinie lletriut S 'IVflo
At flrtehuid- Hrt Kaiiie-Clnii-hind II
l.oi:irvllli 3 ; tcroml Hunio-flell IriiiI liiul-
t Ulo t.
At Ciiii'iniiati t'lncf uiiriH 0 ('IiIcdkoI
At 1'ilt.lMiri; l'lttntiiut; Id tit. I.oill I
At Ntt mk Nciv ork V. Wntlitiiaiou t
U I'ldlailelpliln lUltimore 7l'liltulelpllH Q
'ntrrii .Kf.iM-tiillou Oiiiiiix.
At 1'iHirla I'Hirla li Ut JiH.t.li 1
At ItocLforil Hrst Kami- Kookfnrd
Moliira t; ciiint uauiu llockforl W.
Al tjuhivy- DftinT !! )nlnny 6.
PRAISE FOR AMERICANS
Hrporl on lh Clilnran (IMUrr ho Won
Honor III tlm Wui.
WAHIllNaTON Aug. 8. United Slalos
Minister Dciiby in a report to the
itato department dated Pekiu Juno 23
;alls attention "tu tho gratifying fact
amid tho degradations und decapita-
tions which were so common of
Chinese military olllccrs during tlio ro
cent war (u every case iu whluh a re'
turned Amprican student is meutioiiui
IP an imperial deciee ho is commend.
eu and iiwurded honors for bftivory"
Tho minister Incloses a copy of such a
ilccreo in tho case of the Chinese
olllceis who died at Wol Hal Wo I
specially uieutloiiing Huang Tsu l.luq
as laying down his lifu heroically in a
crisis of danger and ordering that his
family bo granted extraordinary gov
erument aid ami that honors be paid
Jt'mieiul of Mm. T.iliiinge
KltooM.ts X. Y. Aug. . Tlio
funeral of the late Susan Whitimoro
Talmage wife of the llov. Dr. T. Do-
Witt Talmuge took place yesterday
afternoon from tho Lafayottu Avuuiio
Presbyterian church. Itev. Dr. David
(Hogg tho pastor of tho church spoltu
In glowing terms of the life ami char-
acter of tho deceased. Alter the ser
vice (ho Interment took ptcoiu tlruon-
Iron Clad Contract lloli
I'lTTBiit'iiu Pa. Autf. 8.--As a result
of the miners' settlement the nlnotcen
operators who had tho Ironohid con
tract with their men yostorduy re
lcaied them. The contract uoiupolled
tho men to work for llfty-flvo cunta
and prohibited them from attending
meetings of any labor union or from
being members of any union.
Sniplnnttiil a Woman
J'oirr Scott. Klin Aug. 8. -Tho Re-
publicans of this county Introduced an
innovation in county jwlltics by noinl-
natlng Miss Stella Strait for rogiator
of deeds. It is the llrst tlmu lu the
history of tho county that a woman
lias Im'cii nomluateil for any principal
Not an Indian to ll Kouml.
Wasiiixoton Aug. 8. A dUpnteli ro-
eelvod at tho war department from
(iitncrtil Copningor ut Jaoksou'n Hole
says tho Indian scouts are still out und
cuu And no Indians and that alt Is
s XIV i li ii.il l-'i-a g'j'j
Cheapest Place In Town.
Groceries Provisions Crockery Queensware Iinwareand
ill North Second Sr. GermanQand Hnlisli Spoken.
z m.&&:& - vn i tf-to-
?'.! iaASJ Sjt 'O ! & ti'
9-l"i-.-:s ".ji-'-v 4 fi r( ' i TV ..) i--'
BifiS.rrt . 3 "4 SI 2
mii'MM .c Y'l i w ( Q
r IV f Jf 3' v t: f JLL..Ua.-.iSlnM-M-1 -
J. W. McNKAL I'iir.8 A. J. HKAV VlOK-l'uiaaiKicn
GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK.
Capital ... $50000
Surplus '- 10000
f Illfoctori la addition to Hunk Ofllceni
HOUAOB Sl'KKD. BOUT MARTIN IIKNBY LINN
W. J. HORSFALLg Caahlor.
Judge Tliarlirr Vrry Ijovr
I.AWHE.vcK Kan. Aug. S.Phy-
klcians were with Judge S. O Timelier
all last night and it is annonnced that
jhe can lire but a very short time
Ailtmiretl E( h Hrioiol luir.
Miniu.KsuoKO. Ky. Aug fi. The
Watts steel and Iron syndicate have . onccr.
made another ten Mr cent raise In the A r: . : .
f mnn. Ti.l i. tii innreit . Secretary Morton has decided t? pay
i...i i ..(..: t.7.i" ... i. " his clerka wao advocate Ir Ur
. ..-.. ....... .u wv coinage la allvw doUara.
M. L. TUKKKK. l'rwldeiil.
(JI'.O K. llirj'IXQSLKY. Cuhler
GapitaL National Bank
Capital fully paid : : : : $50000
Undivided profits ; 50.UUU
IIIH ll.M.ll III
Tli lllrritor of llm II. M. I'tpi-rliiii-iit Sm.
Hun Ht MlllvtHlrr Hr tlm Moiiikd
lu IIU IUI.1 Hol.
Ktm.I.w Ami Ok Jul 17. ICnimlti.n
Dauderine Co.. (iuthrie: Knelocd Und
check for $'-' for whluh send mo hy i x
press paid two bottles of your Dan
derliie. 1'olks hero think they see u
change in my bald spot looking to-
ward a growth of hair and to give the
thing a fair trial I will continue tieat
ment. Very respectfully.
I)u J. C. Nkai..
Director V. H. Hxperimeut .Station
Stillwater and Orlando
SHIVELY BROS. & VAN WYCK Prop's.
First-class livery barns at Htlllwaler and Orlando. Tho beat of tearna ana
Improved facilities for earrylng passengers between these two points. Team
always roady to start at any time In the day and return at your pleasure
The shortest and quickest route 'jotweon Uethrlc and Btlllwater Is via OrUu1'
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